Stoneman Lake

Coconino National Forest

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Stoneman Lake Road Stoneman Lake, AZ 86024 928-477-2255 928-527-3600 Official Website

GPS: 34.7775, -111.5253

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Overview of Stoneman Lake

Pad Type dirt

Open Seasonally Yes

Elevation 6,824 ft / 2,079 m

Max Stay 14

Tent Camping Yes

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2bars
Verizon 3G
Confirmed by 1 User
Last reported 5/31/2018
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Cnorris
NV 19' FR Gray Wolf LTC Toy Hauler
9 reviews
“Perfect time of year for this area, had it almost all to ourselves, a little cold early morning, but...”

Reviewed 4/1/2019

Nightly rate: FREE!
Days stayed: 2
Site Number: n/a
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We heard about Stoneman Lake from a couple running an RV park in Camp Verde (thank you Trails End RV park), this was just what we needed after four days in the Apache Junction area, where it had gotten hot enough we had seen two rattlers and numerous sign of more. The cool air, beautiful sunsets, and peace and quiet were wonderful. This time of year there was very little traffic, so even though our site wasn't far off the main road, it was peaceful.
Take exit 306 off of 17 about 10 mi. north of Camp Verde, we drove in 6.2 miles before finding a site we thought suited our 19' tt (all good road).There was a pond being fed by a stream. So much precip this year, all streams were running. Our 3 dogs had a wonderful time, free to roam within camp. Drove to Happy Jack, not sure what is usually there, but one State Forest office was closed, next one ten miles away; did not go. Stopped in Mormon Lake area, looks like nice area if you want/need full hook-ups, great general store BTW, very well stocked with day to day and camping oddities. Mostly did not have cell service, could send text some of the time. We have Google Phones, not listed in options.

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Cnorris would stay here again

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Belle
Gilbert, AZ 24' Forest River Rockwood Roo 23ikss 2010 Ford F150
2 reviews
“wide open, cool, lots of trees. Lots of space even on a busy weekend.”

Reviewed 5/31/2018

Nightly rate: FREE!
Days stayed: 5
Site Number: dry camping
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If you're looking for dispersed camping in Northern AZ, this is a great area. We had a group of 8 campers, and found a wonderful spot with lots of trees, great roads, easy access, and we could walk 1/2 mile and get verizon cell service (right where Lake Mary Rd meets Stoneman lake Rd). we were there on Memorial Weekend, and there were still plenty of areas for more camping, and no one was on top of each other. the only downside was there were lots of Razors/quads driving the roads. We dumped on the way home at the Giant in Payson, AZ which is free. to get supplies, we either had to go 30 miles north to flagstaff, or 10 min to Happy Jack.(but their prices are high. I recommend you just come prepared) One person in our group did a 20 mile mountain bike ride, and we hiked 4 miles every day.

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2bars
Verizon 3G

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